One aircraft every four days: Embraer delivered 38 business jets in the first half of 2023

Embraer’s Executive Aviation Division had a 43% increase in deliveries compared to the same period last year

Embraer had a significant increase in deliveries of commercial jets and in the Executive Aviation division in the 2nd quarter of 2023. In the last three months, the company delivered 30 business jets, representing a growth of 43% compared to the same period last year.

The Brazilian planemaker’s most requested model continues to be the Phenom 300, with 18 deliveries in the 2nd quarter and 22 in the year to date. In 2022, the same model was the best-selling light jet in the world for the 11th consecutive year, with 59 aircraft sold.

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In addition to the success of the Phenom 300, the growth of Embraer Executive Aviation in the 2nd quarter of 2023 also involved other executive aircraft. The Praetor 500 medium jet, for example, appeared in the year’s sales chart after having no deliveries in the 1st quarter, with six units shipped to customers.

The Praetor 600 has seven examples delivered this year, while the Phenom 100 registered three deliveries.

NetJets will receive the first Praetor 500 in 2025 (Embraer)

The variety of models delivered highlights Embraer’s ability to meet the different needs and preferences of the market, which contributed to the increase in sales of the Phenom and Praetor jets.

The numbers also point to a good pace of production by the manufacturer. On average, every four days, an Embraer Executive Aviation jet takes off towards a customer.

However, unlike Embraer Commercial Aviation, the Executive Jets division does not disclose order numbers, except in cases of large orders.

This year, a notable example is the order received by the manufacturer for up to 250 Praetor 500 jets from NetJets, a deal valued at more than US$ 5 billion, with deliveries expected to take place in 2025.

In 2023, Embraer has a total of 62 aircraft delivered, including 38 executive jets and 24 commercial jets. In the 2nd quarter, the company delivered 17 commercial models, 10 E175 and seven E195-E2.

The backlog of firm orders for commercial jets ended the period at US$ 17.3 billion, with 271 aircraft to be delivered. This scenario indicates a stable future for the manufacturer, with continued demand for its aircraft in both segments.


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